DDA Lifts project manage the work from the outset so any difficulties can be identified quickly. That ensures that their clients get the most cost effective and unobtrusive solution.
England, May 17, 2008 -- DDA Lifts have a wide range of solutions to help convert public buildings creating access for all disabled users. All our products are certified and guaranteed to the latest British and European standards so one solution will solve all access problems. With years of experience supplying access solutions, DDA Lifts advises and project manages every case undertaken and will oversee the installation process of any of our <a href ="http://www.ddalifts.co.uk">disability lifts</a> so that customers can be assured that one adjustment to the building means that it will conform to all the relevant legislation.
As owners of public buildings providing a public service will be aware, the Disability Discrimination Act 2004 states that all buildings should be made accessible to all members of the public. This applies to shops, banks, travel agents, supermarkets anyone letting or selling premises. As a result of this legislation, if the building does not meet the stipulations laid out, a member of the public who is unable to gain access to the premises could take the owner or leaseholder to court.
The most common access problems arise where there is stairs to the entrance of a building meaning those who are mobility impaired cannot gain entrance. Government Legislation states that any building feature that impairs accessibility needs to either remove the feature (e.g. stairs) or adapt it, so that any person can gain access to the services provided.
DDA Lifts have a wide range of <a href ="http://www.ddalifts.co.uk">disability lifts</a> to make buildings fully accessible, and each case is looked at for the most suitable solution. All of the disability platform lifts DDA Lifts provide are built to ISO 9001 quality standards and are CE marked. Conforming to BS6440 and part M of Building Regulations, investing in one of these access solutions is all clients’ need for their buildings to comply with this law.
Working from architect’s drawings and visiting the site itself as part of the installation process helps the team at DDA Lifts to better understand the access problems. From this analysis of the building they can make the best assessment of the requirements and offer a tailor-made solution. At this stage of the project they will recommend which equipment needs to be installed and explain how it will impact on the building. Whether the need is for a <a href ="http://www.ddalifts.co.uk.">shortriselift</a> or a platform lift, DDA Lifts have the expertise to install equipment safely and with as little impact on the building as possible.
DDA Lifts project manage the work from the outset so any difficulties can be identified quickly. That ensures that their clients get the most cost effective and unobtrusive solution. For example, having a floor mounted short rise lift that takes account of the building’s stairs or differing level heights means that amount of building work undertaken can be limited. Installing this type of <a href ="http://www.ddalifts.co.uk">wheelchairliftis</a> a good means of avoiding huge building work being undertaken on the exterior. With no pit required for this particular type of self-contained wheelchair lift, this means the building will comply with all relevant building laws with a minimum of intervention.
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